Life Hacks With WD-40
The WD-40 is a non-volatile viscous oil which remains on the surface to which it is applied, giving lubrication and protection from moisture. Most of us have an old spray can of WD-40 lying around somewhere in our house or garage, but you’d be surprised to know how many things this oil spray can be used for.
15 Life Hacks With WD-40 You Should Know And Try!
In the video below, Mr. Hacker uses the WD-40 in various ways, like removing marker drawings on leather sofas, removing shoe traces from a ceramic floor or even to repel cockroaches and other insects.
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